The Potential Effects of Social Media on Divorce
Be Mindful of the Things You Post on Social Media!
Did you know that the use of social media has been proven to affect the
quality of a marriage? Recently, studies have been performed to demonstrate
the correlation between social media and divorce rates in the U.S. Not
surprisingly, as time goes on, the impact that social media can have on
a couple's marriage has continued to grow. While social media may
not be a direct link to problematic marriages, it has been shown that
there is a connection between marriage quality and the use of social media.
At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, we want our clients to be aware of the potential
social media has to impact their marriage, before a divorce, and after
a divorce. As Morristown divorce attorneys, we care about families throughout
our Morris County community and want to ensure that we do everything we
can to keep them informed about the New Jersey family law system.
To discuss your questions and concerns, call (201) 419-6223 for a
Is There a Correlation Between Social Media & Quality of Marriage?
In a study published in the journal
Computers in Human Behavior, it was discovered that the quality of marriage decreased between couples
who used social media.
There are two theories behind the correlation:
- Individuals experiencing problematic relationships may be relying on as
social media as their support system.
Social networks may be used as a way of reducing uncertainty amongst individuals
who are going through a
divorce by providing information about an ex without actually having direct contact.
Concerned? Speak with Our Trusted Morristown Divorce Lawyers.
If you are going through a divorce—regardless of the reason—we
are here to assist you. At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, we care about the
families throughout our community and do everything we can to help them
achieve positive resolutions.
Do not hesitate to give our firm a call today to learn more about our high-caliber services.
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